Artists open studios to show work in progress
WITH the Hertfordshire Open Studios getting under way this weekend, artists from the Royston area will be opening their doors to the public. Three artists based at the Mill Lane Studios in Bassingbourn are exhibiting for the first time. Anne Struebel wil
WITH the Hertfordshire Open Studios getting under way this weekend, artists from the Royston area will be opening their doors to the public.
Three artists based at the Mill Lane Studios in Bassingbourn are exhibiting for the first time.
Anne Struebel will be showing a collection of mixed media, contemporary paintings, and print-making. Elaine Baigents will be showing paintings, while photographer Steve Etheridge will be displaying a selection of his pictures.
The studios will be open on Saturday and for the next five weekends (10am-4pm). They will also be open for the next three Wednesdays (10am-2pm).
Meanwhile, sculptor Mark Humphrey will be opening his studio at the weekend and will be showing a selection of his hand-carved stone and limited edition sculptures.
He will be previewing, too, his sculptures selected for the Modern Romantics Landscape Fusion exhibition at The Air Gallery in London.
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Mark is based at Burloes Farm Studios, which will be open on Saturday and Sunday (10am-6pm).
As reported in The Crow last week, sculptor Paul Bainbridge is opening his studio and giving visitors a chance to watch him working on a new sculpture of motorcycling racing star Steve Parrish.
For further details visit the website at www.hvaf.org.uk